Archive For April 26, 2016

Climate Changes Health

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Climate Changes Health

A Four-Part Webinar Series APHA and ecoAmerica are proud to co-sponsor a four-part webinar series investigating the health impacts of climate change. The series explores the connection between climate change and key areas of our health: allergies and asthma; health risks in children; mental health; and transportation and healthy community design as a mitigation approach….

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12 Environmental Films to Put on Your Watch List

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12 Environmental Films to Put on Your Watch List

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/12-environmental-films-to-put-on-your-watch-list.html#ixzz46qOBWfpr

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Every Time You Use a Paper Towel, Think of This

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Every Time You Use a Paper Towel, Think of This

Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/every-time-you-use-a-paper-towel-think-of-this.html#ixzz46qOKFMtl

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30+ Amazing Animal Traits

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30+ Amazing Animal Traits

“Let us remember that animals are not mere resources for human consumption. They are splendid beings in their own right, who have evolved alongside us as co-inheritors of all the beauty and abundance of life on this planet” Marc Bekoff,  Animals Matter: A Biologist Explains Why We Should Treat Animals with Compassion and Respect READ…

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Planet Earth Arts performances

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Planet Earth Arts performances

PLANET EARTH ARTS     Spring Dance Theater Performance This month, Planet Earth Arts—an initiative of Sustainable World Coalition—is presenting the West Coast Premiere of a powerful new dance theater work celebrating whales, dolphins and porpoises, crying out against their captivity and slaughter. The Sacrifice of Giants has stunned and moved audiences throughout Europe. We are thrilled…

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Spending Time In Nature Boosts Kindness And Generosity

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Spending Time In Nature Boosts Kindness And Generosity

Science Explains How Spending Time In Nature Boosts Kindness And Generosity According to research that has taken place in Japan, Finland and Texas, people who took walks or were shown images of nature were found to have a natural decline in heart rate. When stress becomes an overwhelming burden, it’s the exact opposite. If nature…

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Center for Biological Diversity

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Center for Biological Diversity

Each year, hundreds of millions of animals and plants are plucked from the wild and traded away for human use and consumption? After habitat destruction, trade remains the second-biggest threat to wildlife around the globe, and is causing many of our most iconic species to plummet toward extinction. Two of these animals — elephants and…

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